Daley to participate in Zoom discussion on protecting Pennsylvania wildlife

HARRISBURG, April 1 – State Rep. Mary Jo Daley, D-Montgomery, will join PennEnvironment and wildlife experts Tuesday, April 5 on Zoom to discuss protecting Pennsylvania wildlife habitats.

“Pennsylvania’s wildlife habitats are under threat from land conversion to other uses or changes in the ecosystem,” Daley said. “The goal of this Zoom presentation is to show Pennsylvanians what they can do to protect the commonwealth’s precious wildlife habitats.”

This week, Daley’s resolution to study conservation corridors was reported out of the House Transportation Committee and advanced to the full chamber for consideration.

Wildlife experts from the Audubon Society, Endangered Species Coalition, Middle Creek Wildlife Management Area, and Keystone Elk Country Alliance will be participating, along with representatives from PennEnvironment and Daley.

The event is open to the public. To register to attend, click here.